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Dillsburg is a small borough in southeastern Pennsylvania about 15 miles south of Harrisburg, the state capital. Named after Irish immigrant Matthew Dill, who first settled the town in 1740, Dillsburg, despite its tiny size, figured prominently during the American Civil War due to its proximity to Gettysburg just 25 miles to the south. So consider booking RV rentals in Dillsburg when you’re making plans to visit Pennsylvania during historic vacations.

The town also sits close to the Maryland border, so you can get a lot of mileage out of your Dillsburg camper rental if you’re planning to go to Baltimore, 75 miles south. Maryland’s largest city is home to Fort McHenry, a bastion fort that successfully repelled an attack from the British Navy in the War of 1812. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city and home of the Liberty Bell, is 120 miles to the east.

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Take your RV rental in Dillsburg to Gettysburg for a fitting introduction to American history. The Gettysburg National Military Park commemorates the Civil War's bloodiest battleground where the Confederate troops finally met their defeat, halting General Robert E. Lee's invasion of the north, and consequently ensuring the Union victory. Witness live reenactments, browse the museum for Civil War artifacts, and pay your respects to the fallen heroes at the National Cemetery. Alternatively, explore the park on horseback using designated bridle trails.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower's home and farm are also nearby, so drop a visit to see how the serene setting and the stunning view of the South Mountain helped the president cope with the Cold War tensions.

To the north, Harrisburg sits on the banks of the Susquehanna River, the longest on the east coast of the United States. Grab a paddle and explore the river via one of its tributaries, Paxton Creek, which runs parallel to the Wildwood Park in Harrisburg.

If you’d like to combine wildlife encounters with your love of history, drive your Dillsburg motorhome rental to Valley Forge National Historical Park,100 miles to the east. This is where then General George Washington and his Continental Army encamped in the winter of 1777-1778. Rich in tangible links to one of the most pivotal moments in the history of the United States, the valley is also home to groundhog, skunk, woodchuck, gray squirrels, eastern chipmunks, white-tailed deer and red fox as well shorebirds and warblers.

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Not five miles south of town along Hwy 15 is a mobile home park better suited for long-termers but open nonetheless to short-term parking for a Dillsburg rental RV. There is adequate water and electric hook up and a dump station. Increase your search to within 15 miles and you'll find a range of RV parks offering full hookups, toilets, showers and laundry facilities, recreation areas, pool access, playground for children and pets, and proximity to recreational trails.

If you plan on spending a night or two close to the national historic sites, there are many campgrounds suitable for travel trailer rental in Dillsburg within 10-30 minutes’ drive of Gettysburg National Park, and a few RV sites scattered within a 20 to 30-mile radius of Valley Forge.

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Stepping Back in Time, No Imagination Required

Dillsburg measures less than a square mile so exploring it on foot while your motorhome rental in Dillsburg is parked somewhere safe should be a breeze. Take some time to look around Dill's Tavern, a sandstone building built in 1794 with alterations made periodically until 1935. It was a tavern until 1835, then became a private residence and is now an antiques store.

Another Dillsburg building listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the Rev. Anderson B. Quay House, a similarly L-shaped building built in 1831 with alterations made in 1880.

If you happen to be here on the third weekend of October, you’re just in time for Dillsburg’s Farmers Fair in honor of its agricultural roots. You also get to witness Civil War reenactments at the Dill's Tavern.

Five miles north of town but well worth a visit, the Oakes Museum of Natural History features 40,000 specimens, some of them Smithsonian-quality, of African and North American birds, mammals, seashells, fish, eggs, minerals, insects and fossils that will surely engage children for hours.

But all of this is barely scratching the surface. Search for a camper rental in Dillsburg, PA today, plan for an awesome adventure, and discover why Pennsylvania has a special place in American history.

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